Residential Crime Scene Clean Up
When tragedy strikes, you can trust Rainbow Restoration® to provide compassionate and meticulous crime scene cleanup services. Our professionals offer the type of care you need to restore your property to its pre-event condition.
Our goal is to help you and your loved ones return to normalcy as fast as possible. Rainbow Restoration is experienced in handling bodily fluid and tissue cleanup, blood removal, decontamination of chemicals like fingerprint dust, and more.
Crime Scene Cleanup and Biohazard Removal Service
Crime scenes are riddled with invisible and lethal viruses, bacteria, and other components found in blood and bodily fluids. Our service professionals have the knowledge, tools and equipment to eliminate all biohazardous materials from your property day or night, seven days a week.
Once law enforcement and medics have secured and left your property, our service professionals arrive with the correct protective gear and equipment to remove any body tissue, blood, or other pollutants left behind. The infected area is then sterilized and all infectious waste is carefully discarded.
We help property owners with:
- Blood removal
- Decontamination of fingerprint powder
- Viral, infectious disease, and microbial site sanitization
- And more
Biohazard Cleaning Standards
It’s important to note that not everyone can safely clean crime scenes. Securely removing biohazardous material requires specialized gear, certifications, and industry knowledge.
Rest assured, Rainbow Restoration abides by all federal, state, and local crime scene and biohazard cleanup procedures, including those from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Our remediation protocol involves evaluating the infected space, containing biohazards to prevent cross-contamination, eliminating all contaminants, and disinfecting the area.
FAQs About Cleaning Crime Scenes in Homes
Why is crime scene cleanup important?
Cleaning up a crime scene is extremely important because of infectious disease and bacteria risks. Biohazardous materials can impact people’s health when inhaled or come in contact with skin.
What should be done after a crime scene has been discovered?
After calling the authorities and securing the scene, it’s vital to contact a service professional like your local Rainbow Restoration to clean up the infected site. Certified technicians can safely remove any hazardous materials and sanitize the area to prevent further contamination of your home.
Who is responsible for cleaning up a crime scene in a home?
It is the responsibility of the property owner to clean up a crime scene. However, most people hire a professional service to complete the task due to the complexity of the job (especially knowing how to remove contaminated materials and sanitize the area to prevent cross-contamination).
Find a Rainbow Restoration Crime Scene Cleaner in Your Area
It’s imperative that you do not clean or remove biohazardous materials yourself. Rainbow Restoration professionals are trained crime scene cleaners and have experience remediating homes that have been exposed to dangerous toxins.